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Look around you. Censorship abound, everything being so stupidly expensive, paranoid politicians, loss of the once-famed egalitarianism...

How the fuck did Fundamentalists Family First gain support at all? Why is the Australian Crazy Lunaticlobby Christian Lobby able to influence the government, when they explicitly shouldn't?

Most importantly, why are we still taking this shit?

What happened, Australia? Was rat-faced sycophant Howard's reign of terror too much to bear and you just gave up?

*shakes head*

I don't know, I just don't know...

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http://svtplay.se/v/2264028/wikirebels_the_documentary

Looking at the Baghdad airstrike...I think I need to vomit (the music is not helping).

Fuck the US government. Fuck the US military. Fuck Adrian Lamo, the disgusting snitch. He should be thrown into jail, not Manning (the latter, by the way, is a hero, and should be treated as such).

Treason? Hah! Why should the government have the right to hide their power abuses? "National security" has got to be the most flung around excuse for their cover-ups since 9/11 - which, I suspect, is the catalyst for said cover-ups in the first place.

dreamreaver: (haters gonna hate)
Just came back from the Wikileaks rally in Sydney.

Feels good man.

"ANGRY GEEKS" cries one sign, "Julian, not Julia" said another.



dreamreaver: (what is this—?!)
Assange arrested in London on Swedish warrant

London (CNN) -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested Tuesday in London on a Swedish warrant, London's Metropolitan Police said.

Assange was arrested at a London police station at 9:30 a.m. (4:30 a.m. ET) and will appear at the City of Westminster Magistrate's Court later in the day, police said.

Swedish authorities had issued the warrant for Assange so they can talk to him about sex-crime allegations unrelated to WikiLeaks' recent disclosure of secret U.S. documents.

Assange's British lawyer, Mark Stephens, said his client would fight extradition to Sweden, according to Britain's Press Association.

Assange, a 39-year-old Australian, has said he has long feared retribution for his website's disclosures and has called the rape allegations against him a smear campaign.

Sweden first issued the arrest warrant for Assange in November, saying he is suspected of one count of rape, two counts of sexual molestation and one count of unlawful coercion -- or illegal use of force -- allegedly committed in August.


Watch as idiot conservatives break their wine and celebrate over this. Ugh.

Release the key...DO IT!

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